Spiritual Message To The Summit

Religious communities see the value in person-to-person and faith-to-faith Track II diplomacy, humanitarian assistance, prayer, education, and advocacy.
During the Summit, religious leaders in the United States and beyond will offer special prayers, meditations, and host peace walks to support peace and security in Korea, Asia, and the world.
NEW YORK — Many diverse global religious and spiritual communities have issued a statement to the Summit between US and South Korea on Friday, June 29, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
Interfaith Statement is available at www.wonbuddhist.org###
The interfaith statement is both a call for action on the part of governments and a promise of support on behalf of the religious communities who have long worked for peace on the Korean Peninsula.

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